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New Newsletter summer 2019 Click Here
The Princess Royal Trust for Carers in Hampshire Newsletter, please Click Here to read more.
New Text Messaging Service
The Practice is Currently trialling a new Text Messaging Service called accuRx. The message will have a header titled accuRx and will be signed from Fleet Medical Centre.
Think 3 Before GP
Prescribing of over the counter medicines is changing - click here to read more.
We would like to thank all of our patients who have been so welcoming to our medical students. This is a very important role for the practice in the development of future GP’s.
If you do have concerns or feel uncomfortable with a medical student sitting in on your consultation please see reception before your consultation. There is no obligation to have a student sit in your consultation and any decision to decline is respected without question.
Thank you once again for your support,
The Fleet Medical Centre Team and Medical Students
Save time and complete your Asthma Review online by clicking here
Complete your asthma review on line, these are then reviewed by the clinical team who will contact you if you need to be seen.
Prescription Newsflash - Important Information regarding the Prescription Service and changes to over the counter medication.
Follow the link here to find out more Prescription Newsflash
Find out about the new guidance regarding over the counter prescriptions Here
New Newsletter Winter 2019
Are you a Carer? Visit our page on carers and find out about services available.
Fleet Medical Centre Welcomes Everyone.
If you are Homeless, an asylum seeker or refugee you are entitled to healthcare treatment. If you know anyone without a fixed address they can still be seen at Fleet Medical Centre. Everyone is entitled to immediate and necessary treatment. Ask at the main reception for further details and a temporary resident form.
Infection control statement
This annual statement will be generated each year in November in accordance with the requirements of The Health & Social Care Act 2008 code of practice on the prevention and control of infectious and related guidance. It summarises:
- Any infection transmission incidents and any action taken (These will have been reported in accordance with our Significant Event procedure).
- Details of any infection control audits undertaken and actions undertaken
- Details of any risk assessments undertaken for prevention and control of infection
- Details of staff training
Any review and update of policies, procedures and guidelinesInfection Prevention and Control (IPC) LeadFleet Medical Centre has two leads for Infection Prevention and Control: Dr Nina Durasamy (Lead & Senior Partner) Sister Sue Twibill (Lead Nurse).The IPC Lead is supported by James Perrin (Practice Director) and Stephen Wells (Assistant Practice Manager)
Infection transmission incidents (Significant Events)
Significant events (which may involve examples of good practices well as challenging events) are investigated in detail to see what can be learnt and to indicate changes that might lead to future improvements. All significant events are reviewed in the monthly Quality Meetings with all clinical members of the practice.In the past year there have been no significant events relating to infection control.
The practice has recently engaged with the CCG to gain an independent inspection and audit of the infection control of the practice, this was conducted on the 14th November 2018 and we are awaiting the full results of this audit. These results will be published and an action plan created of any improvements that are required following this audit.
All staff, clinical and non-clinical complete online training provided originally by eLearning for health, further training will be provided by Blue Stream Academy for the year of 2019
Cervical Screening Awareness
This year, NHS England South are supporting Jo's Cerivcal Cancer Trust, to help raise awareness of cervical screening.
Being screen regularly is important as this means any abnormal changes in the cells of the cervix can be identified at an early stage and, if necessary, treated to stop cervical cancer developing.
For more information on cervical screening, visit NHS Choices.